Match to Make an Impact!
Now through December 31, Hirsch Wellness Network Board of Directors will MATCH all gifts up to $10,000 to help us exceed our 2023 goal!
Hirsch Wellness has a goal to raise $20,000 through Year End Giving for 2023 to support Arts and Wellness programs that are offered free of charge to cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers (including nurses and doctors!). Our Board of Directors has generously committed to a $10,000 Matching Grant for year-end donations
Can you join us to help us reach that goal? We have already generated a supportive start! Take a look and see how you too can impact the lives of those in our community that need this valuable resource.
Matching pledge: $10,000
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Healing Arts & Cancer Support Community
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Since 2008, Hirsch Wellness has collaborated with local artists and wellness providers to create programs that offer a path to healing for cancer patients in treatment, survivors, caregivers and family members. Hirsch Wellness participants are encouraged to see life beyond their illness, to foster hope and inner healing as they explore the nurturing power within self-expression in a safe and encouraging cancer support community. Our non-clinical approach to wellness during and after cancer is designed to help each person regain confidence – both emotionally and physically – through creative group activities where shared experience connects individuals in a positive and profound way. Hirsch Wellness Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit. We gladly accept donations in any amount.
hirsch center – our creative space
The Hirsch Center for Wellness & Creativity is located in the beautifully restored Revolution Mill 1250 building, the former home of Cone Denim. Light-filled and airy with floor-to-ceiling glass walls and original wooden floors, our classroom’s open floor plan inspires artistic energy. The Hirsch Center hosts a full schedule of Healing Arts activities with monthly programs including painting, drawing, ceramics, photography, jewelry making, fiber arts, container gardening & horticulture therapies, creative writing and more. Our off-site partners include Triad Yoga Institute, where participants can enjoy weekly day classes designed for cancer patients and survivors, along with a monthly evening session geared toward mindfulness and meditation. The Hirsch Center is growing, and you can grow along with us. From initial diagnosis through treatment and beyond, we’re here for you.
Hirsch Wellness Network instructor in Reiki, Breathworks and EFT Tapping, Beverly Vaughn writes about her own cancer experience and how she became a reiki practitioner. Read her article in Reiki...
Bob Nordburch talks about the satisfaction he gets from seeing Hirsch participants have a transformative process within just a few hours of art and fellowship. Bob is one of our long-time professional instructors, teaching painting.
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Support Hirsch and Give a Gift of Hope & Healing
Your gift helps us provide essential Healing Arts and Wellness programs FREE to cancer survivors, caregivers and family members. See the artwork and testimonials below from Jeannette, a Zentangle Class participant, and learn how Art is at the Heart of Healing!
“Just wanted to let you know what a difference Michele’s Zentangle class is making in my life…”
“…having that first Friday to look foward to has made such a tremendous difference to me.”
“…the one time I’m able to completely turn off my way-too-busy mind and focus completely on the drawing.”
“I’ve produced some pleasing designs, though it’s truly the process that has been remarkable.”
Hirsch Wellness greatly appreciates every contribution and we Thank You for being an important part of our Healing Arts and Cancer Support Community.
Featured artist: Molly Haile
Molly Haile is a writer and instructor with Hirsch Wellness Network. She leads the “Writing to Heal” workshop. She teaches creative writing at Salem College. Here she reads “Instructions on Not Giving Up” by United States Poet Laureate Ada Limón.
Hirsch Wellness programs are FREE for Cancer Patients in Treatment, Survivors & Caregivers.
Class registration is now within each event in the calendar below.
If you have problems with the new registration process, please email us at with your class requests, or call (336) 209-0259
Hirsch is Proudly Supported by:
Hirsch Wellness is supported, in part, by funding from Creative Greensboro, the city’s office for arts & culture.
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